Has its main campus in the ancient cathedral city of Elgin, a vibrant city with excellent sport and social facilities and easy train and road links to the cities of Inverness and Aberdeen.
Computing, Energy Engineering, Environmental Science, Fine Art Textiles and Health Studies. The Elgin campus is also home to one of the 5 Scottish art schools - the Moray School of Art - and the Hospitality and Tourism Academy.
The course was a great balance between design and coding. I was really pleased with how involved the lecturers were in my studies and the smaller class sizes helped to give an almost one-to-one tuition. Between my second and third year studies, I did a summer placement at Hunted Cow Studios as a Game Scenario Designer. I was later offered a full time position as a 3D artist. I hadn’t really thought about being in the games industry but Interactive Media opened my eyes to the variety of avenues you can progress onto.
Natalie Seivwright, BA (Hons) Interactive Media graduate
I like the style of teaching from our lecturers which is relaxed, informal and easy to learn from. We are also given a lot of freedom to develop work in our own studio space.
Dosi Dimchovski, BA (Hons) Fine Art student originally from Bulgaria
The balance of theory and practice - with placements in local primary schools, alongside taught modules in college, with some distance learning - allows students to build up their teaching experience, while undertaking the core learning. There is a strong focus on independent study, with an emphasis on encouraging students to development their own areas of interest and identify their strengths and areas for development, from a very early stage.
Emily Michell, Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (Primary) graduate and now teaching at Burghead Primary School